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Year called to bar: 2006
Daniel G.C. Glover is a partner in McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Toronto office, as well as the national co-lead of the firm’s Cyber/Data group. He’s also a member of McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Intellectual Property, Privacy, Technology, Consumer Products & Retail group, Franchise & Distribution, and Appellate groups. His practice focuses on information law and includes a specialty in appellate litigation, IP litigation, intellectual property, cyber/data, and competition litigation. Daniel has advised clients connected to the three largest data breaches in Canadian history. He also argued landmark cases in front of the Supreme Court of Canada along with other appellate courts. He teaches intellectual property law at the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University as an adjunct professor. Daniel was recognized as a Leading Lawyer by Chambers Global in its Intellectual Property - Canada category. He was also listed as a Leading Lawyer by Chambers Canada in the category of Privacy & Data Protection; Intellectual Property (Litigation); Media & Entertainment.
In November, the federal government tabled privacy legislation that would impose heavier fines on businesses for breaching individuals’ digital privacy rights and give individuals greater control over their personal information